TORONTO (AP) -- An international child porn ring has been busted resulting in hundreds of arrests. Even more children were rescued.
A three year investigation called "Project Spade" started in 2010 with a Toronto based company called Azov Films. Police found they were shipping child porn pictures and video all around the world.
The company was taken down in 2011, and police began following the paper trail. 350 people have been arrested because of the investigation, including 76 in the US.
Police found the videos were mostly made in Romania and the Ukraine, and they were able to rescue nearly 4-hundred children that were sexually abused.
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